Minnesota Starvation Experiment

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An experiment which ran from November 1944 until December 1945 and studied the physiologic effects of malnutrition and semi-starvation and the effectiveness of dietary rehabilitation on 36 male volunteers, as part of the American effort to feed populations that suffered malnutrition during the war
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1980), who observed rapidly depleted glycogen stores in the hepatopancreas of the shrimp Marsupenaeus japonicus during a 28-day starvation study.
The chief researcher in the starvation study was Dr.
The CPS subjects understood the starvation study and were proud to take part.